Real Madrid attacker returns on loan to La Liga club. Reinier Jesus, a star for Real Madrid, has apparently been linked to a loan return to Girona of La Liga during the current summer transfer window.
Reinier, 21, moved from his boyhood team Flamengo to Los Blancos in January 2020 for a cost of €30 million. He then spent two seasons on loan at Borussia Dortmund, where he played in 39 games.
Reinier spent the season on a season-long loan with promoted team Girona upon his return to Madrid. In 620 minutes of play, he only made five starts for them but recorded two goals and one assist.
Fichajes claims that Girona has begun negotiations with Real Madrid to request Reinier’s services on a temporary, season-long deal. According to reports, Michel Sanchez, the manager of Girona, believes that Reinier will be able to reach his full potential at Estadi Montilivi in the upcoming campaign. He wants to take advantage of the attacker’s circumstances at his present team.
Contrarily, Los Blancos are rumored to be keen on lending the player out this summer. They believe that giving the Brazilian star some first-team time would aid in his growth. Reinier has participated in three games thus far for Real Madrid Castilla.
Jude Bellingham is excited to make history soon with Real Madrid under Carlo Ancelotti:
Jude Bellingham, a summer acquisition by Real Madrid, claimed in an interview with Sky Sports that the Santiago Bernabeu is the perfect squad for him. He stated:
“Transfer to Real Madrid? First, the reason for the transfer: I want to join a team that will compete for championships and try to make the club even better than it has always been.”
Bellingham emphasized the club’s history of trophy victories and continued:
“This is my chance to contribute to the legacy of the club, and I hope that day will come soon because I know that both the club and I want to succeed. The club is enormous and seems like a fantasy when you think about it, but when you take into account their project, it becomes clear why it was so crucial for me to move forward.”
In a deal for up to €133 million, Bellingham, 20, moved to Los Blancos from Borussia Dortmund last month. After passing on teams like Liverpool and Manchester City, he has agreed to a six-year contract with the organization.
The 24-cap England international enjoyed a stellar campaign earlier in the previous season. In 42 games, he led BVB to a second-place finish in the Bundesliga table with 14 goals and seven assists.
Bellingham and Aurilien Tchouameni are anticipated to make up Real Madrid’s new midfield axis. Since Luka Modric and Toni Kroos are already in their 30s, Los Blancos will have to phase out its seasoned talents.
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